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found several handgun shell casings and a bull its hole. no injuries reported and no suspect information released this morning. a poght of oyster farm, officials supposed to shutdown is not closing to customers yet. drake bay oyster farm was scheduled to close after officials wouldn't renew their 40 year lease. the company can keep harvesting oysters until they get a 30 day . the owner says they are shutting down retail and packing operations on thursday. . a fire in a mountain view carport sends a person to the hospital and damages 12 cars. this is near layson street. 7 cars were completely burned, one apartment unit sustained damage. the person suffered minor
injuries. buildings destroyed in a five alarm fire. it's a story we brought to you yesterday. that fire took crews nearly 12 hours to get under control. it is near san jose state university. among the businesses burn second a pallet yard , the fire ripped through tens of thousands of wooden pallets, officials say five buildings were damaged, three are considered a total loss. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. officials think it sparked on the east side of the pallet yarr. firefighters this grass fire that burned five acres. it started around 4:30, they are staying on scene to monitor the area and make sure it doesn't reignite. no structures damaged, no
injuries reported. coming up, a wild fire raging in northern california leaves people without a home this weekend. plus sanctions rising overseas as the war on the strip escalates, an update coming up. protesters taking their message to the streets about immigration as the deadline for a bill looms. an update when we come back.
protesting an appearance sat. his supporters were on hand to show appreciation to the lawman known as americas toughest sheriff. our pieio gave opinions including illegal immigration dimming the border legislation will reach p obama's desk before congress' august recess next week. the president is pushing jgop
leaders to ease the unflux of migrant families from central america. the president wants to see more national guard patrols. a teenager under arrest after police say he made threats against this weekend's u.s. open of surfing. the 16 year old boy was arrested friday at his home in huntington beach on suspicion of making a terrorist threat. police are not saying what social media outlet he used to make those threats, authorities confiscated a handgun, shotgun and electronic devices om the teenager's home. police are searching for a gunman who stole money from the bellagio hotel and casino. is a spokesman says bellagio handed over video to police. coming up, a special playground meant to honor children who lost their lifes
has been vandalized. a look at the damage that was done to a sandy hook playground coming up after the break. a live look outside, from the roof camera, this san francisco marathon is off and running, we are seeing areas of showers erika will fill us in when we come back. great flavors and great value come together at subway, in our six-inch select, the spicy italian, loaded with genoa salami and spicy pepperoni. try it fresh toasted on italian herb & cheese bread for that perfect flavor blend.
evacuations ordered as a wild fire started to grow. it's been called the sand fire and now charred 4000-acres. it started when a car drove over dry vegetation. 1200 people pushed out of homes, 500 structured are threatened and a duns buildings destroyed. the fire is 20% contained. more than a thousand firefighters and giant air
tankers are putting up a fight to get things under control. >> we are going to take a live look outside, golden gate bridge. see the runners in the marathon. the annual crossing the golden gate bridge has to be areal highlight for them. erika, good running weather. >> that's right. looks cloudy and gray. we are dealing with higher humidity this morning. san francisco right now 62 degrees. 65 concord. we are seeing sunshining slightly warmer conditions out the door in live moore. as we look at the satellite and radar imagery. isolated thunderstorms off the central california coastline now, see tropical moisture streaming this closer to the bay area right now. all of us did see sprinkles as we headed in to work this morning and looking at the possibility of an isolated thunderstorm here in the bay area. we have a layer of dry air,
right underneath the moisture so that means maybe just sprinkles hitting us this morning. as we head in to the afternoon the chance does increase to see more moistures all in all, the bigger effect will be mid and high level clouds. future cast, tracking the temperatures by 12:00, expect 70s coast side, 80s inside the bay. 90s start to trickle this. temperatures knee normal or above -- near normal or above average. 60s inside the bay and 70s for inland. break down the afternoon highs expected in you neighborhood. santa clara 90. 90s in the east bay. pittsburgh 97, 84 castro valley. we have more moisture to deal with in the air today. san francisco 71. 76 across the bay oakland.
petatuma high of 85. to the garlic festival. today is the last day. a high of 94 degrees under mostly sunny skies. your seven-day forecast highlights cooler conditions as we head in to next week. morning fog, afternoon sunshine, and looks like we will cool things down heading in to next weekend with the warmest spots approaching the upper 80s. now to the utter devastation taking place in gaza, hamas agreed to a humanitarian truce for 24 hours. back here, protesters taking the methods to the streets, this is what the scene looked like saturday in san francisco. protesters marching from justin herman plaza. in gaza >> reporter: exodus from the
front line. almost nothing left to lose. bits and pieces bundled on their heads. his mother's photo under his arm,er he lost her in the 2009 war now he has just lost his home. nothing left, nothing left, it's a massacre. in the embers the men find what they say is the family safe. a life savings up in smoke. amid the destruction, some creation. lambs born minutes before the truce began. 700-meters from the border between gaza and israel, there has been close quarters combat here, the cartridge cases from the light machine gun.
close by -- hamas militant gunmen stomps off to a new position right side for when the battle begins again. a massive bomb dropped here mid- morning, rescue struggled to burrow in. residents unhappy with the film. we pulled out 7 bodies one of them still alive, another still under the rubble. next door they tiptoeed the through the debris. mohammad is rescued the family pate row pay patriarch. you are still alive the s the most important thing.
he salvaged birth certificate ts, school diplomas, too. people with no state desperate for every scrap of paper to prove they still exist. in the hallway, a female relative begs us to feel her pain. back in the rubble, a man gestures why. his neighbor believes the sans simple. >> you think there will k be peace between israel and the palestinian people. >> yes. >> reporter: for now all they can do is believe they can rise from their ruins. u.s. embassy in libya was evacuated this weekend , the states department moved personnel in he response to increased violence in the capital. the decision to evacuate was made after the security situation around the embassy
deteriorated. officials say the 150 embassy workers were take aint cross the border in to tanesha. >> fighting between the different militias in the vicinity of the embassy. a decision based on the fact our em bay bahsey in approximatety. >> the state department says that personnel will continue to operate out of their other locations in the region and washington dc. police in connecticut investigating vandalism at a beach playground built in memory of a school shooting victim. a firefighter was walking along the beach discovered several scratches across the sign that was dedicated to a student by the name of jessica ricos. officials think it happened last weekend and estimate it will cost $350 to replace the
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bay area sports the giants drop to second place in the nl west as they lose against the dodgers at at&t park. it was too much clayton, two hit toe win the 9th strait game as la beat the giants 5- 0 last night. for la adrian gonzalez. former giants hosea, there he is with two hits, two rbis as well. he drops in to the left field line. the giants counting on jake to avoid a sweep to move the giants back in to first place. the injury bug nip as giants player and placed catcher
hector sap which he sanchez with a mild concussion. he left against the dodgers. the giants recalled catcher andrew from aaa fresno, he plays didn't 25 man roster. they gained a player, the giants boosting the rotation for the stretch drive by acquiring jake pee ve, a cy young award winner. 33ee ole pv is earning 14.5 million dollars. the red sox pay $3 million of the salary. the gyps giving up two may nor league prospects for pv. turning to the a. s in texas playing long ball against the rangers with now home runs over a stretch of 6 batters. for the a's john getting it started in the 6th inning with a homer to right field.
the next batter, opposite field to right for his 17th. in the 7th inning, job going deep for the a's for his 22nd home run. josh did the same thing, more than enough for tbrai gray to pick up his 12th win. 49ers and raiders wrap up the first week of catch, join us for the latest on both teams plus giants dodgers a's rangers and not to mention the last game f played at candlestick. a full half hour of your sports needs after the news.
we are not breaking a sweat. you feel lazy when you watch 25,000 people take on a marathon at 6:00 on a sunday morning. i will leave the running to them. here is a live look outside at the golden gate bridge this morning. we are seeing runners go across the bridge, it's cloudy out there, it's part of the 37th marathon. we are seeing areas of showers and drizzle out there. erika, what can the runners expect. a 10- 20% chance of isolated sprinkles and tapping in to
subtropical moisture. showers are rotating in to the bay area. because we have a layer of dry air below the showery activity, sprinkles are hitting the ground. maybe that will cool people off that are running this morning. oakland 63. livermore in the 70s. we have a mix of sun and high clouds in some spots. more cloud cover especially along the coastline. by the afternoon, we will reach the upper 90s inland mid-70s bay side and upper 60s for the coast. the monsoonal clouds last in to tomorrow. tuesday morning fog, afternoon sunshine and temperatures cooler especially inland. back to the news, police say a man kayaking on the russian river drowned saturday afternoon. witnesses called police after seeing a two person kayak capsize on the river. one of the two people on board
had trouble staying afloat. emergency crews performed cpr on the man but unable to resuscitate him. the sheriff's office is investigating this fatal incident. double stabbing in vellejo ends with a son dead. can't believe she is dead. >> stabbed to death in her own home, her son was also stabbed, lieutenant with the police department says the boy is at a trauma center in serious condition, where he is expected to survive. >> we are attempting to establish motive. why something like this would happen. >> reporter: the lieutenant says this man, a parolee, broke in to the home and attacked the victims just before 2:00 saturday morningment. >> there is no indication that
is leading us to believe it was a burglary. we were able to determine that the suspect and the victim knew one another, to what degree, we are trying to figure that out. fl the past, wakefield served 19 years in prison from a burglary conviction. >> the man is a mess. what was wrong with that man. >> reporter: justine lives down the street and says a few months ago she met the woman who was killed. >> she is popular. >> gonzalez says she never seen wakefield around who was found walking down a street in east vellejo and arrested 7 hours after police say he stabbed the victims. >> any time that you have someone who was killed and a five year old involved, that speaks to age. >> wakefield was booked in to
the jail facing one coup of homicide and one count of attempted homicide. violent month in antioch followed by a call for police, leaders holing a raleigh and march for positive change on saturday. 150 people including the mayor of antioch and the council marched through the city, pastor adam is well aware of the city's problems and says they are marching to make a statement. >> 22 shootings since june, three murders and just a lot of violencing people are scared. >> we are making a statement saying we don't want to put up with the violence in the community. there is another way we can avoid the violence. >> pastor says the strategy is to celebrate love and compassion, the rally wrapped up with the victory outreach church parking lot with family friendly activities. east bay had its own vegs
of the running of -- version of the running of the bulls. brave men and women volunteered to be charged by bulls running at full speed. not everyone made it out unscathed. one person was injured in the bull runs and sep to the hospital yesterday -- sent to the hospital yesterday. security tells news it appeared none of the injuries could be considered life threatening. animal rights activists are protesting that. coming up, a special birthday celebration for a spell 6 year olds why this birthday might be his last. how his mow helped make it a day he will always remember. hundreds of thousands of cars being recalled after a faulty air bag system, we will tell you if you car could be affected. coming up -- i got hit in the head, i ended up with stitches and bruises.
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armed police storming a preen after a bomb threat this week. fight to panama had to be diverted after a passenger threatened to bomb canada. passenger was arrested friday once the plane landed and he is on bail after appearing in court. passengers say on the flight, he was complaining about canada and said he hated the country. some of the charges against him include mischief to property and endangering the safe of an
look at the big stories this morning, the san francisco marathon is underway, it started at 5:30, a look at file video of the race. it winds through starting and ending, highlight will be crossing the golden gate bridge. it finishes at the ferry building a post race festival. street closures will be in effect throughout the city this morning. wild fire burning is nearly doubled in size, the sand fire began friday in the foothills. the fire is forced 12 money
1200 people out of their homes. it's 20% contained this morning. world news this morning, following the latest in the gaza conflict, there might be a lull in the finding between israel and hamas. hamas rejected the plan for a cease fire, the militant group says it will observe a 24 hour humanitarian truce ahead of a 3- day holiday. time is 7:46. happy sunday everyone, we are seeing clouds out there, a little bit of sprinkles here is erika with your forecast. >> right now, we are seeing them along the coastline, i saw them in places like free mont as well. livermore 70. we are in the low 60s in san francisco. we are looking at monsoonal clouds. they are bringing moisture in to the bay area, guided upward, we have layer of dry air beneath the showers, only light sprinkles are hitting the ground. heading in to the afternoon, look for cloud cover to
continue, but we will see sunshine. catch bell hitting 91. 94 evergreen. freemont 83. 90s fairfield and pittsburgh. 80 san leandro. a fairly muggy afternoon. san francisco at 71 and 76 across the bay. if you are heading to the giants game, they face off against the dodgerses better luck this evening. first pitch 5:07. temperatures in the upper 60s. we are looking at a 10% chance for a thunderstorm so maybe bring your hat in case, this is not going to be a washout if you are heading to the game. your folk, looks like the mop cooal clouds continue tomorrow. morning fog afternoon shall be and cooler conditions carrying us in to the weekend. there is more to the west skate park than just kids hopping a
fence. it has who can e pack from the ball cony until it landed on the doorstep. >> i was attacked by a group of skateboarders that were drunk and stoned and didn't like the fact that i didn't want them here at 11:0 at night on a sundays night. they ait attacked me with a skate board. i ended up with stitches and bruises and everything. i had to go on job interviews last week in a suit with that stuff going on. this is video from the hospital where doctors stitched up a cut over his left eye. he has bruising from the attack. >> there were six young adults on my front steps 11:30 at night making noise and rolling up joints and drinking beers, i asked them to leave nicely, they didn't leave. i came back down and asked them to leave, not so nicely and they started leaving but one of them decided he didn't like it and attacked the house and
tried to destroy stuff on the front of the house and started walking away and threatened to come back and they came back. he started yelling. i called 911, call 911, neighbors started coming out, police showed up, minutes later, five, seven minutes later. >> reporter: this maybe one of many stories that started after the park opened july 1st. while i was there, this skateboarder in the red jacket threatened to take the camera. albeit on the other side of the fence. some say i'm here to make the park look bad. i said no, you are doing that by yourself. i'm just recording. i asked why the bad step reputation. >> because a few people messed up. four people messed up. >> reporter: i asked the victim if he wanted to see the pack closed. >> no, i think it's a great thing but i want to see it managed right so everyone can
enjoy it. >> reporter: three were arrested and charged with multiple crimes including assault with a deadly weapon, threatening a police officer. i'm sure there will be more on the park coming up. stanley roberts. nissan recalling cars because of an a defective air bag. between the years 2002-2004. the air bag inflater can rupture, that would cause fragments to fly out when the air bag deploys. this latest brings the total number of recalled nissan cars to over 660,000. keeping our eye on gas prices this morning, prices have been tapering off the last few weeks. here are states still stealing the pinch at the pump. here is a look at the averages now. it's a first, national average at $3.52 for a regular gallon.
california average high of $4. san francisco, higher at 4:12. oak land 402 k san jose $4.05. sunday, today is the last day of the 36th annual gilroy garlic festival. 100,000 people are expected to attend. they are on high alefor fie danger caughted by drought condition and temperatures approaching triple digits. there will be large shaped canopys to handle emergencies. candle stick pack will hold the last -- pack will hold the last game this evening. it's the last match. it starts at 4:00 this afternoon. expect a lot of traffic and also keep this mind the giants are hosting the domers tonight at 5:05. highway 101 bound to be packed. a boy battling an inoperable brain tumor had a birthday
party with help from the new england patriots. he turns 6 and had asked for birthday cards. look at the post office, cards and packages from all over the world. told about 100,000 cards from japan, sweden, italy, iran and other countries as well. the special day began with a parade of police, to the new england patriots gillette stadium. >> we can provide another distraction provide a happy memory, something they can smile about. that's our goal. >> he has an mri wednesday which just the week before weeks before you are sick anticipating it. it's been a great distraction from all of it. >> danny got his own police car. there was a cake, a serenade and a party from the officers and his favorite team the new england patriots. >> people are reaching out in droves to help this bear known
as the world saddest animal. this is ar stewdo, he lives in a zoo, he has been observed as mentally unwell since the passing of his companion bear two years ago. he looks sad. hundreds of thousands of people voted for a change.org campaign and signed a petition moving him north to canada. canada has cooler conditions. for that move to happen, the canadian food and inspection agency requires record and the argentinian zoo refusing to happened over the records k the green piece petition will be delivered to argentinian president. he looks miserable. >> doesn't he, though? >> i hope he can get a move. >> he is stuck in red tape. more ahead, when we come back. let's take a live look outside. we see overcast conditions as we tbaiz gaze at the bay
back, taking the double live look outside. golden gate bridge on your left with runners of the san francisco marathon passing over the bridge. and on your right, at the finish line there, waiting for the first runners to cross the finish line in the 37th annual marathon. an update for you coming up in just about two minutes. bulldog: it's true! i am a bundle of talent! but my friends are learning skills that can change a life. that's why mattress discounters good deed dogs is raising money to help train dogs like suzie to engage students in schools and special education classes. while ginger visits folks in the hospital offering quiet comfort. with your help, we can do even more! make a donation at mattressdiscountersdogs.com or any mattress discounters. mattress discounters good deed dogs helping dogs help people.
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coc con. it's all caught on camera. a look at the video next. >> and we're watching the weather this morning as we're waking up to partly cloudy skies and patchy fog this morning. we will have the sunday morning forecast in seconds. good morning, and thank you for joining us. i'm marty gone swral -- gonzales. >> and i'm marti hahn. we do have high clouds and we could see a sliver of sunshine and the humidity is up. take a look at the satellite and radar and we have a strong ridge of high pressure parked over the southwest and then a weak low off the central california coastline, and it
will draw up tropical moisture. you could encounter strirchgles for the south bay and the livermore valley and the delta with a layer of dry air beneath the showers. and we have light sprinkles hitting the ground as we look at the day planner, scattered clouds and maybe a few sprinkles and temperatures in the upper 50s to 60s. by lunchtime, expect a warm up, and i think we'll be in the 90s already inland. by 3:00 this afternoon, we're talking about the highs with upper 60s coastside, mid-70s inside the bay and upper 90s inland. marty in. back to the news, israel is approving a 24-hour humanitarian cease-fire in gaza, but the group is saying hamas is rejecting that saying any cease-fire that does not include the withdrawal of
troops from gaza is unacceptable, and they want troops to return home and evacuate casualties more on the breakdown talks on the proposed 4-hour cease-fire. >> reporter: mixed signals from hamas tonight. on the ground in gaza, a representative said there would be no deal. there was one message, however, that was loud and clear, fresh rocket fire from the gaza strip into israel in just two hours after the expiration of the cease-fire. the brigade had fired more than 12 rockets. the cease-fire, however, did hold for much of the day and provided an important opportunity for displaced gazans to head home. many times, they went back to piles of rubble. we saw how they picked through
the ruins looking for a few possessions in an effort to start piecing their lives back together again. it provided an important chance for emergency crews to sift through the rubble, looking for bodies of the dead and disappeared. met course of the day, the palestinian authority said they pulled more than 150 corpses from the debris. that has sent the total of dead from the continue frontation skyrocketing to more than 1000. perhaps one of the most poignant efforts i watched during the course of the day was a young palestinian man heading home to the ruins of his three-story family home. at one point, he took a color paragraph of his grandfather from the wall and seemed like he was trying to rescue his memories, and then he pulled a green folder that contained his birth certificate and a school
diploma. it really reminded me this is a people with no nation state and now in the grip of a brutal war and he, like other gazans, were hunting for any scrap of paper to prove he still exists. >> the u.s. embuy in lybia was evacuated over the weekend due to increased violence in the capitol of tripoli. the decision was made after the deteriorated. 150 embassy workers were taken across the border into tunisia under heavy u.s. military security. >> we have seen an increasing amount of violence and fighting between the different warring militias. we felt that our people were at risk. >> the state department said
that embassy personnel will continue to operate out of other locations in the region and washington, d.c. a scary scene outside comic conin -- con in san diego. police say that a man and his family were stopped and a 48- year-old driver told police that his children got scared during a zombie walk. he rolled slowly forward. according to police, several people surrounded the car and started punching it and smashing the windshield. the driver sped up to flee and hit a 64-year-old woman who received a badly scraped arm. the car was stopped, and the driver was not arrested pending an investigation. police are investigating a gunshot fired into a santa rosa home.
officers say that the incident happened at about 9:00 on sunset avenue. a neighbor reported hearing several shots and then a vehicle speeding away. officers checked the area and found handgun shell casings and a bullet hole. no injuries reported, and no suspect information was released. a popular oyster farm in point reyes that was supposed to have been shut down is not closing to customers just yet. drake's bay oyster farm is scheduled to close after july after officials wouldn't renew the 40-year release, but they get a 30-day notice now. restaurants who rely on the oyster farm have put up a fight but the owner said they are shutting down retail and packing operations on in on -- thursday. a fire in a carport damaged 12 cars. it broke out around 5:00 last night, and officials say seven
cars were completely burned, and one apartment unit sustained damage. the person hurt suffered minor injured. the cause is being investigated. coming up on kron 4 weekend, an investigation continues in the deadly pge explosion in san bruno. and you can see we have cloudy s and erica will have and you can see we have cloudy s and erica will have the forecast coming nature valley crunchy granola bars contain 1/3 of your daily whole grains, so 1/3 of this commercial is dedicated to what you could do with all that energy. 1/3 of your daily whole grains means energy to make some new ocean friends. nature valley crunchy granola bars.
will drop its lawsuit and the commission will provide easier access to public records. one person was critically injured, and several buildings were destroyed in a 5-alarm fire in san jose. it's a story we brought to you yesterday on kron 4 news weekend. this fire took crews nearly 12 hours to get it under control. firefighters responded to the blaze in the warehouse on south 7 street and east alma avenue around 3:30 in the morning near san jose state. among the businesses burned is a pallet yard. it ripped through tens of thousands of wooden pallets. five buildings are damaged and three a total loss. the cause remains under investigation, but officials think it sparked on the east side of the yard. and live in the weather center, we are heading out to a few sprinkles. a look at stormtracker 4 with light rain reported in the east
happening right now, the 37th annual san francisco marathon is well underway, started very early this morning, 5:30 a.m. many runners now making their way around the city, and the finish line is on the embarcadero. mike, we understand that the first runners have crossed the finish line; is that right? >> reporter: yeah, marty, and a party is underway. the winner just came in. and the next few minutes, we will see more runners coming in. the run started at 5:30 this
morning. they are running under partly sunny skies. organizers say it's not the most challenging course. >> it's a mix. they tell us there is no hills, and we are seeing people on the streets saying, yeah, it's hills. we are not sure what to expect. >> over the golden gate bridge, run around the water the whole time. we're pretty excited. >> reporter: this year, more than 25,000 runners took part, a record for the san francisco marathon. the winner, a 29-year-old. you could not drive this marathon in 2 and a half hours. we'll have more coming up at
9:00. >> great point, mike. annie? the ministry of civil affairings that the storm has killed 13 people and thousands are in need of basic living supplies after a typhoon dumped heavy rain on taiwan. it brought strong winds and heavy downpours to several provinces. the bad weather is considered a factor in the crash on wednesday of a plane on a small tiawanese island that killed 48 people. in the u.s., weekend storms rattling the midwest, severe thunderstorms yesterday and today whipping up winds and lightning and showers moved through the great lakes and the mid-atlantic yesterday, and they are expected to continue through today and tomorrow. let's find out more about that and toss it over to erica with more. hi, erica. good morning, marty. let's take a look at the
satellite. the national weather service received over 100 reports of severe weather for the nation yesterday. as we take a closer look, you can see the areas of yellow indicating where we are seeing heavier rain. so this will continue to work into the ohio valley and we already saw baseball-sized hail. this storm will continue to move with the jet stream and continue to bring severe weather to the mid-atlantic heading into early tomorrow. here in the bay area, we are dealing with wet weather of our own in the form of drizzle and light sprinkles. we have dueling pressure systems, a ridge of high pressure over the southwest that was parked in place for a week and a weak low off the central california coastline and the rotation of the systems is drawing the moisture up into the bay area. we are only seeing light
sprinkles hit the ground. it may be damp. you may need your windshield wipers with a 10% chance for an isolated thunderstorm. the highs today, a mix of sun and clouds. the humidity is up. it will feel a little damp out there. and 97 degrees in fairfield. 84 for vallejo. and it looks like low 70s for downtown san francisco and 76 across the bay in oak land. today is the last day for the gilroy garlic festival to get your garlic ice cream fix on. temperatures in the mid-90s and the extended forecast highlights a built of a cooling trend, morning fog and afternoon sunshine. as we get into next weekend, inland highs approaching the upper 80s. >>thank you, erica. protesters in southern california are protesting an appearance by arizona sheriff
joe arpaio, and his supporters were also on hand. known as america's toughest sheriff, arpaio gave many opinions including his opinion on illegal immigrations. the president is pushing gop leaders to help to ease the influx of migrant families from central america. the president wants to see more national guard controls at the southern borders. also in southern california, a teenager is under arrest after police say he made threats against this weekend's u.s. open of surfing. a 15-year-old boy was arrested friday at his home in huntington beach on the suspicion of making a terrorist threat. police are not saying what social media outlet was used to make the threats. a handgun, a shotgun, and all electronic devices were confiscated from the teen's home. in las vegas, police are looking for whose who stole
the giants are counting on newly acquired peavey to help out. sanchez left friday night's game against the dodgers early after being struck in his catcher's mask by a foul ball. the giants recalled catcher susak from triple a fresno to step in. and the giants gained a pitcher last night, boosting the rotation by acquiring right hander jake peavey from boston. he is a 20 very 7 nl cy young award winner and will start the game against the dodgers. he will earn $14.5 million, and the giants giving up 2 minor league prospects for peavey. in texas tech, the --
texas, the as playing long ball last night. the as got the start in the sixth with this homer to right. and then the next batter goes opposite field. and then donaldson goes deep for his 22nd homerun and two batters later, redick going deep, more than enough for gray to pick up his 12th win. bad news for the 49ers and fans. kendall hunter is out for the assassination after he tore his acl in his knee during friday practice. hunter began his training camp as the number 2 running back for the niners behind frank gore. the 49ers and raiders wrap up their first week of camp. join us sunday night for the very latest on both teams and the giants and dodgers, as and
happy sunday. here is erica with the forecast. good morning. >> good morning, let's take a closer look at satellite and radarment you radarment -- radar. you can see the area of green including even portions of the south bay. it looks daunting, but we have a layer of dry air beneath the showers. so not all this actually is hitting the ground, just light sprinkles as you head out early on this sunday morning. as we take a look at the day planner today, a mix of sun and clouds, monsoonal clouds, midand high-level clouds throughout the day, and mid-90s inland, upper 60s for the coast
and then we will see similar temperatures but won't be as muggy as you head into early next week. annie? a double stabbing in vallejo ends with a 40-year-old woman dead and 5-year-old son fighting to save his life. >> i can't believe this she's dead, you know what i'm saying? >> reporter: stabbed to death in her own home. her 5-year-old son also stabbed. lieutenant dejesus with the vallejo police department said that the boy is at a trauma center in serious condition where he is expected to survive. >> we are attempting to establish motive. >> reporter: the lieutenant said this man, a parolee, 43- year-old daryl wakefield, from vallejo, broke into this home and attacked the victim before 2:00 on saturday morning. >> there is no indication leading us to believe it was a burglary. we were able to determine that
the suspect and victim knew one another. to what degree, we are still trying to figure that out. there is nothing to believe there was a domestic relationship. >> reporter: police say in the past, wakefield served 19 years in prison stemming from a burglary conviction. >> the man is a mess, you know. what would drive him to do something crazy like that? what was wrong with that man in. >> reporter: justine gonzalez lives down the street and said she met the woman who was killed. >> a young, nice girl, popular in the neighborhood. >> reporter: but gonzalez said she has never seen wakefield around who was found walking down the street in east vallejo and arrested seven hours after he stabbed the victim. >> any time vu someone killed and a 5-year-old involved, yes. >> reporter: wakefield is facing one count of homicide
and one count of attempted homicide. a violent month in antioch has people calling for peace. all told, 150 people including the mayor and maybes of the city council marched through the city. pastor adam valenzuela said they are marching to make a statement. >> 22 shootings since june, three murders, and it's a lot of violence. a lot of people are upset in the neighborhood. >> we are making a statement saying we don't want to put up with the violence in our community, and there is another way that we can avoid the very. >> pastor valenzuela said their strategy is to celebrate love and compassion with the rally wrapping up with family- friendly activities. the east bay had its version of the running of the
bulls at the fairground this is weekend. brave women and men volunteering to be charged by bulls, their idea of a good time. but one person was injured and sent to the hospital. kron kron 4 news found none of the injuries were life threatening, and animal rights activists were protesting the treatment of the bulls. 62,000 soccer fans got a treat in berkeley saturday as two of the best european teams in the worldcom pete inside a tournament at cal memorial stadium, and it was quite a match. normally, someone would have to go to europe to see a game like this, but not for these luckiy fans. >> madrid, madrid, madrid, madrid. >> we don't get to see this in person. >> it's something to experience
this in northern california that encompasses what we have been watching. >> the final score was 1-1 until milan drove the winning goal in in the fifth round of penalty kicks. the two top teams competed with most of the best players missing but the packed house enjoyed every minute. and candlestick park will be holding its very last game this evening, a soccer match between the san jose earthquakes and madrid at 4:00 this afternoon. if you're in the area, expect a lot of traffic on 101, and the giants are hosting the domiers at 5:05. and today is the last day of the gilroy garlic festival with an estimated 100,000 people are expected to attend despite the soaring temperatures. officials are on high alert for increased fire danger and drought conditions and temperatures approaching triple
digits. organizers say there be canopys and at -- tents to handle emergencies. >> it's worth it. it's a great place. and watch for the bright red lanes. the city started marking bus- only lanes on market street last night. this is part of a project to keep drivers out of the way of muni buses. they say the city has marked the lanes bright red throughout the city. you can't miss them. this is video of the lanes, and officials say crews will be working on market street through of november and move to judith street next year.
coming up, a range northern california wildfire destroys at least five homes. the college that firefighters are facing controlling the flames. >> plus, we'll tell you why playing at the smart phone at work may make the boss happy instead of getting you fired. >> and a special birthday celebration for a special 6- year-old. why his birthday might be his last and how his mother wanted to make sure she made it a day he would never forget.
having necessary school supplies can mean the difference between success and failure. the day i start, i'm already behind. i never know what i'm gonna need. new school, new classes, new kids. it's hard starting over. to help, sleep train is collecting school supplies for local foster children. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help a foster child start the school year right. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. a boy battling an inoperable brain tumor had a special birthday party with help from the new england patriots. >> reporter: on the patriot's practice field, a special sixth
birthday present on saturday. dan i nickelson is battling an inoperable brain teenager and all he wanted was birthday cards and got them from all over the world, 100,000 cards and counting. but he got more than well wishes. the day started with a parade of police. >> if you can provide a distraction, a happy memory, something to look back and smile about. >> yeah. coming up the week before, just anticipating it, and it's been a great distraction. >> reporter: danny got his own police car & happy birthday to you &. >> reporter: and there was a cake and a serenade from officers and the patriots.
we have been getting a little bit of everything weather wise in the past several day, humid, hot condition, and today, drizzle. erica, what's in store next? >> the weather pattern will start to flatten out as we head into the work week, but for now, we have areas of light showers. take a look at stormtracker 4. pretty much looks like westbound 580 and the san ramon
valley is dealing with light rain. we have a layer of dry air beneath the showers, so just light mist and drizzle, and you may need to use your windshield wipers, and as we head into the afternoon, we'll have a 10% chance of isolated showers. the highs today, a lot of 80s and 90s once again. sunnyvale, 87. so it will still be hot but the humidity is up. expect monsoonal clouds to stick around for the afternoon. fairfield, 97, and 96 in live more, and san leandro, a high of 80. we are not in the territory of setting any records with san francisco at 71. and 85 heading up to the wine country and oakland looking for an afternoon high of 76. if you're heading to the giants' game against the dodgers, first pitch at 5:07 and temperatures in the upper 60s, but it will feel muggy out there with the high tropical
clouds streaming in, and we're looking at a 10% chance for an isolated thunderstorms. it won't be too cool heading to at&t park. there is a pattern of morning fog and afternoon sunshine and slightly cooler heading into the latter half of the week and next weekend and morning cloud cover and sunshine into the afternoon with upper 80s inland and low 60s for the coast. marty? >> erica, thank you. a fire in the sierra foothills continues to burn and has charred more than 1300 acres of dry bush. we have the latest now from the front lines.obviously, that's the wrong video. we'll try and get that for you as soon as we can. police stormed a plane after a bomb threat a couple of days ago as a flight had to be
diverted back to toronto after heading to panama after a passenger on board threatened to bomb canada. police say the passenger, ali shahi, was arrested after the plane landed and now is out on bail. passengers say on the flight, he was complaining about canada and said he hated the country. >> and then he said using his hands, i just want to bomb canada. i was very frightened and scared. >> police say some of the charges against shahi include endangering the safety of an aircraft. as we mentioned, the fire in the sierra foothills is continuing to better than and has charred about 1300 acres of dry brush. we get the latest details from the front lines. >> reporter: this is the sand
fire making a run north and west. >> probably 11:00, 11:30, the fire activity kicked up. >> reporter: over the course of the day saturday, it would more than double in size even as fire-fighting aircraft, helicopters, and flames buzz around it. this is a swarm of eldorado county grasshoppers. five homes have already been destroyed and this fire is lunging toward more. the fire burning behind me is backburned, starting with firefighters with fuel canisters to prevent the structures on the other side of the fence from going up. with wildfire just yards away, the chief has ordered his crew to burn a ring around the barn,
a 2-story, wood plink classic that has stood here since the late 1800s. >> that's our plan here, to basically beat the fire around the corner. >> reporter: the strategy is a success for now as the sunsets with no new buildings have burned, but hundreds remain under mandatory evacuation. nissan is recalling 226,000 cars because of defective airbags and is affecting the infinity, maxima, pathfinders between 2002 and 2004. the latest recall brings the total number of recalled nissan cars to over 660,000. meantime, keeping our eye on gas prices, remaining high in the early summer, they have tapered off in the last few weeks, but we are feeling a
pinch at the pump. california is at $4 and higher is in the bay area where in san francisco, $4.12. san jose, $4.05. facebook founder mark zuckerberg is $1.5 billion richer thanks to a surge in stock this is week closing at nearly $75 a share in trading on thursday. the stock has ballooned 183% in the past year making zuckerberg's net worth $33.3 billion, a bigger payday than google and amazon.com's founders. a new study finds that hopping on a smart phone at work might increase productivity. researchers tested workers who spent 20 minutes of their workday doing something non-
work-related on the phone if it was done in short spurts, 1 or 2 minutes, were happier at the end of the workday. researchers say it might help productivity because workers are refreshed and less stressed when they can chat or play a quick game. do you know your numbers? no, not your lotto numbers, your health stats. doctors say the best way to work towards healthy goals is know where you stand. here is today's health minute. >> reporter: the world is filled with digits, phone numbers, passwords, all important, but physicians say knowing your medical numbers is essential. let's start with blood pressure. >> blood pressure is important because it's a major risk factor for heart disease, stroke, and kidney disease and are some of the leading cause of death. >> reporter: then cholesterol. know the difference between hdl
and ldl. >> higher levels of ldl are associated with increased risk of developing heart attack and stroke where as higher numbers of hdl or good cholesterol are associated with a lower risk. >> reporter: weight and waist size are p%( mass index. risk for cardiovascular disease and arthritis and even cancer. >> reporter: blood sugar numbers can tell you whether you may be pre-diabetic. >> it's a major risk factor also for the development of heart disease and vascular and kidney disease. >> reporter: knowing the numbers can help you work towards a healthier lifestyle. and coming up on kron 4 news weekend, he is the world's loneliest bear. we'll introduce you to him when
back on kron 4 news weekend. a new study finds dogs can get jealous, too, just like humans. researchers at uc san diego said that dogs got jealous during a study when their owner was showing attention to a realistic stuffed dog. the dog was pushing or trying to get between the owner and the toy or snapping and pushing the toy aside. the students worked with random objects, only something that looked leak another dog. researchers think it shows a basic form of policy and helps animals to ward off outsiders.
>> my first dog used to get jealous but my current dog, not a jealous bone in his body. >> just hangs loose? >> yep. and this bear lives in a zoo and has been so down since the passing of his compainion years ago. a greenpeace petition would move him farther north to canada. it has cooler conditions there, and he could be moved there but it requires specific records. so they are saying, okay. but the zoo in arjen tinnia has to agree. let's take a live look outside. on the left part of your screen, the golden gate bridge
good morning. i'm marty gonzalez. >> i'm annie hahn. we have a lot of events going on but first, erica with a look at the forecast. good morning. >> good morning. you can see areas of green on the radar, so it indicates a few light showers around the bay area, concord and the san ramon valley. we have a layer of dry air beneath the showers, so a few light sprinkles are hitting the ground, but you may need to use your windshield wipers. a humid day and muggy conditions. as you head into next week, we'll see morning fog, afternoon sunshine and slightly cooler weather as we wrap up the work week. full details on that coming you were in the 7-day forecast coming up in 15 minutes. happening right now, the
37th annual san francisco marathon started at 5:30:0 0 a.m., and the runners are making their way to the finish line at the embarcadero, and hi, there, mike. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, marty. as you can see behind me, the finish line is packed with family members and friends watching their finish lines. we have a winner, 49 years old, and he is from reno. he has done a dozen marathons but never won one until this morning. he finished in just over 2 and a half hours and finished five seconds ahead of the second- place runners. i spoke with him just after he crossed the finish line. >> passed me at mile 25 and i rode him for about a quarter mile, and running with your
heart beating knowing he was there. >> reporter: this course winds through san francisco over the golden gate bridge and through golden gate park and back to the embarcadero. we lucked out with gorgeous weather and 25,000 people, a big turnout. a lot of the runners admitted they will be running part of the marathon and maybe take some selfies. >> mike, i can't blame them. not only is the marathon for most of the people, but there is a double marathon for some of them if they choose to take part? >> reporter: i am not sure who they are trying to impress, marty, but i'm told 54 runners are taking part in a double
marathon. i am not sure if any of those 54 will be making it back here. >> a double marathon, a nice way to spend a sunday. annie? check out a scary scene outside comic conin san diego. a 48-year-old driver told police that his children were scared of the zombie walkers, so he slowly rolled forward. several people surrounded the car and smashed the windshield. the driver took off and hit a 64-year-old woman who had a badly scraped arm. the driver was not arrested
pending investigation. a bay area freeway is re- opened after a pedestrian caused a minor accident on interstate 80 near university avenue and aquatic park. the pedestrian was not hit in the incident but did, according to police, jump in the water at aquatic park. police are investigating a gunshot fired into a santa rosa home friday night around 9:00 on sunset avenue. a neighbor reported hearing shots and heard a vehicle speeding away on sunset. officers found several handgun shell casings and a bullet hole in a home on sunset. no injuries were reported and no suspect information was released. a popular identify the are you farm in point ri yes that officials were supposed to shut down is not closing to customers just yet. drake's bay oyster farm was
scheduled to close at the end of july after officials would not renew the 40-year lease and now it looks like the company can keep on harvesting oysters until they get a 30-day notice. restaurants who rely on drake's for supplies are putting up a fight. a fire in a mountain view carport sends one person to the hospital and damages 12 cars. it broke out at 5:00 last night, and officials say seven cars were completely burned. one apartment unit sustained damage. the person hurt suffered minor injuries. the cause is being investigated. one person was injured and several buildings void in a five-alarm fire that raged in san jose. it was a story that we first brought ut yesterday. the fire took 12 hours to get under control. firefighters responded to the blaze in a warehouse at southnd
and east alma near san ho highway state university. among the businesses burned is a pallet yard ripping through tens of thousands of wood pallets. the cause of the fire remains under investigation this morning, but officials think it was sparked on the east side of that pallet yard. also in san jose, firefighters have contained a grass fire that burned five acres yesterday afternoon. officials say it started at 4:30 near mountain and almaden road. no structures were damaged and no injuries were reported. the cause is under investigation. well, coming up, some say that the gloves need to come off. >> and the oldest living woman
for over 60,000 california foster children, having necessary school supplies can mean the difference between success and failure. the day i start, i'm already behind. i never know what i'm gonna need. new school, new classes, new kids. it's hard starting over. to help, sleep train is collecting school supplies for local foster children. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help a foster child start the school year right.
a high-end restaurant in hawaii wants to change food safety rules so gloves are not required to make food. and they have the sushi chefs who don't want to wear gloves as required saying that the disposable gloves slow things down and creates more trash. the general manager plans to seek an exemption. >> a lot of frustration, you know, trying to feel the texture of the fish. >> critics say it creates a false sense of security because people can feel their hands are dirty when they are not wearing the gloves and it creates a perfect environment for cross contamination.
an american doctor trying to quell know an ebola outbreak is now infected. he is undergoing treatment at an isolated center. he has been in liberia since last october. health officials say that the current outbreak centered in west africa is the deadliest ever. nearly 1100 teem in sierra leone are thought to have been infected. still ahead for you, we'll talk about the political situation and what could be next in gaza and the latest with say the senator leland yee. and a live look outside, clearing skies over san francisco this morning. erica will be along with the forecast when we come back. [ heart beating ]
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year-old man from reno. we have clouds out there, a bit of drizzle. what are the marathoners facing for the rest of the day, erica? >> we will have mid and high- level monsoonal clouds. take a look at the satellite and radar imagery with a few raindrops but on a time lapse. for the most part, we have shower activity from earlier that is tapering off. as we head into the afternoon, some clouds will remain with a 10% chance for an isolated thunderstorm. by lunchtime, 70s coastside and 80s inside, and 80s will work inland, and it looks like 90s by 3:00 this afternoon and by 8:00 tonight, milder weather with 60s inside the bay and 70s for the warmest inland spots. to breakdown the highs today, a lot of 80s and 90s out there, and it will feel muggy with
higher humidity today. santa clara at 90, and mostly sunny skies in fairfield, 97. 80 in san leandro, and slightly warmer in union city. it looks like san francisco hitting a high of 71 and mid- 80s heading up to the wine country. if you are heading to the gilroy garlic festival, a mix of sun and clouds, temperatures in the mid-90s. a pattern of morning fog and afternoon sunshine and gradually cooler conditions as we head into next weekend. marty? >> erica, thank you very much. and we have our political analyst joining us talking about new employment stats, talking about twitter. why are the numbers so important, mike ? >> this is interesting because it's creating a lot of jobs and health at the same time. so a lot of people want to
know, who are these people? what are the statistics? how are they part of the overall community? and the stats are not exactly great. as with a lot of new industries, the focus is more on profit than people. when you look at the statistics and it shows 70% are male and 50 to 60% are white, and african-americans are in the single digits, and people wonder how diverse is this? especially to an via that provided itself on being post- millennial. >> up from the streak. >> exactly. that whole thing, and yet t behaves very much like the old america. >> you are a member of the civil rights commission and this hits home more closely to you. what do you think the tech via should be doing? >> it's interesting. they have been saying a lot of
good things. i think the sales force talked about trying to increase the high school level by investing in computer sciences working without with -- with outreach groups. but it's not just the pipeline and the mentoring. it's about how to create a culture, and it starts in ways at the venture capitol level. you have a a lot of of venture capitol telling folks i want you to do this and do it my way. do it like me and people who look like me. >> exactly. one thing that was not mentioned was age. >> yeah. that's another thing, and that's the important factor in two ways, 1, because in this economy, older people are not getting hired as much. that will resonate a lot with a lot of people, and secondly, one of the interesting demographic characteristics of the millennial generation is
that they are -- they believe they are in a post-racial society and race doesn't matter. at the same time, therefore, they don't believe in anything that would be seen as a traditional affirmative action, a race-conscious preference, anything like that. so that built-in resistance could pose challenges going forward. >> let's turn our attention to the latest news with say the senator leland yee, new charges brought forth in racketeering. what does this mean? >> it's really bad news for the state senator. they have expanded the number of counts to include a rico, racketeering charge, and in what i single an interesting move is they say his mayoral and senate campaign were criminal enterprises used to solicit illegal contributions and they drop in one line that he benefited personally from it
had had never been uttered before. and basically, what they are saying -- they are alleging that he told groups a bill that you care about will die in my committee unless you pay me money in terms of contributions to get it through. >> what do you think will happen to all the charges? once the charges are made and the time they go to trial, a lot of them get dropped. >> this trial will not happen any time soon. i think earliest sometime next year. there will be a lot of dealing going on i mean, one of the reasons we put a lot of charges up front is he wants people to rollover on other people. between now and then, there be a game of trying to find out what evidence the government has. and it's very specific. but at the same time, it's going to determine what your co- defendants will do and whether
or not you can rollover on them and make a deal for yourself. >> a lot of maneuvering going on over the next year or so? >> a lot of cooperate raising and backfighting as well. >> michael, thank you very and backfighting as well. >> michael, thank you very mheat shields are compromised. we have multiple failures. what's that alarm? fuel cell two is down. i'm going to have to guide her in manually. this is very exciting. but i'm at my stop. come again? i'm watching this on the train. it's so hard to leave. good luck with everything. watch tv virtually anywhere with the u-verse tv app. with at&t, the u-verse revolves around you.
it's electric! it's electric! the first electric vehicle from mercedes-benz. welcome back. the nation's oldest living female world war ii veteran was honor inside washington. 108-year-old lucy had a chance to visit the memorials honoring her service. >> reporter: strong notes echoing against the pillars of this memorial celebrating the accomplishments of people like lose knee she is 108 years old. and to put it in perspective, her father fought in the civil war. >> reporter: barely able to get around and speak, she finally made it to the memorial constructed because of her
service to our country. >> this is the first time to see the memorial. what a beautiful day for losey. >> she joined the women's army corpse in 1933. >> reporter: the indiana native lived in dallas and was shipped out to australia and the philippines and japan. she stayed in civil service until 1971. >> i think it's important for americans to remember, you know, what kind of sacrifices some americans make to really be, in their opinion, an american. >> we owe lucy a debt of gratitude. >> reporter: after a person tour of the world war ii memorial, she went over to the women's memorial at arlington national cemetery, a place she personally requested to see. >> she is relentlessly strong. she said, yes, i want to see it, yes, i want to go.
>> reporter: a living national treasure, here in america honored today. pope francis marking the 100% anniversary of the outbreak of world war i with a mee not to repeat the mistakes of the past. he told pilgrims at st. peter's square, he was thinking of children who were killed, maimed, or orphaned by war. a stabbing in vallejo leads to the death of a woman. we will have the latest on it next. >> and a live look outside, the golden gate bridge with clearing skies. the forecast after the break.
if water levels fall, companies will have to close early. tomorrow, the harbor boat ramp will be closed for the rest of the season because of the low water level. happening now, the 37th annual san francisco marathon, and it seems like the party is going underway. mike, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, annie. we have a record turnout at the marathon with more than 25,000 runners taking part, and we have a personal record for the overall winner. 29-year-old who completed about a dozen marathons who said he had never won until this morning. he is from reno and finished in just over 2 and a half hours, just 5 seconds ahead the second- place winner. >> he passed me at mile 25 and
i rode him for a quarter mile. >> reporter: you are running with your heart beating knowing you and him were almost tied? >> yeah. i was going as hard as i could. >> reporter: the marathon got under way at 5:30 and winds through san francisco plan and over the golden gate and back to the embarcadero. and if that's not enough for you, there are several runners who took part in the double marathon. all the other runners are still make their way here and will for the next couple hours and brings us to you and i who are conveniently working on this understand is, and i think this is an excuse not to partake of the marathon. >> yeah. i'll leave that to them. and hey, mike, will you check on a local runner? a woman from berkeley may be the first female to cross the finish line, so can you check that out some always great to
have local runners. marty? we have been noticed from mike's shots it's love low outside and let's get caught up on the weather. hi, erica. >> good morning, marty. we had isolated showers passing through, and a lot of that is tapering off. monsoonal mid and high-level clouds will populate the bay area in the next 24 hours. and the temperatures, not too bad although it will be humid. mid-90s inland and upper 60s for the coast and then a look at similar conditions, just less muggy heading into early next week. guys? thank you, erica. two people were sent to the hospital this morning after a fire broke out in a residential complex in richmond before 4:00 this morning at a two-story, four-unit complex at mcbride and humboldt street.
a man and woman suffered burns and were taken to the hospital. officials say that the woman had burns to 40% of her body and the man had burns to his arms. no word on their current conditions. the cause is under investigation. police say that a man kayaking on the russian river drowned saturday afternoon at about 4:00 near a family campground. witnesses called police after seeing a two-person kayak capsize. crews performed cpr on the man but they were unable to resuscitated him. a double stabbing ends with a 40-year-old woman dead and her 5-year-old son fighting to stay alive. >> i can't believe she's dead. you know what i'm saying? >> reporter: stabbed to death in her own home, her 5-year-old
son also stabbed, but lieutenant dejesus with the vallejo police department said that the boy is in a trauma you a center in serious condition and expected to survive. the lieutenant said this man, a parolee, daryl wakefield from vallejo, broke into the home on marin street and attacked the victim before 2:00 on saturday morning. >> there is no indication leading us to believe there was a burglary, and we are able to determine that the suspect and victim knew one another. to what degree, we are trying to figure that out. there is nothing to lead us to believe it was domestic. >> reporter: wakefield served 19 years in prison stemming from a burglary conviction. >> the someone a mess, you know. what would you drive you to do something crazy like that? what was wrong with that man? >> reporter: justine gonzalez said a few months ago, she met the woman who was killed.
>> she was young, a nice girl, really popular, you know, in the neighborhood. >> reporter: but gonzalez said she had never seen wakefield around who was found walking down the street in east vallejo and arrested almost seven hours after he stabbed the victim. >> any time you have someone killed and a 5-year-old child involved, yes, it's concerning. >> reporter: wakefield is facing one count of homicide and one count of attempted homicide. in vallejo, kron 4 news. a violent month in antioch is followed by a call for peace. community leaders are held a march and really for positive change saturday. 150 people including the mayor and members of the city council marched through the city. pastor adam valenzuela said he is a pair -- aware of the
problems. >> 22 shootings since june and three murders, it's a lot of violence. we are definitely making a statement saying we don't want to put up on the violence in our community, and there is another way to avoid the violence. >> pastor valenzuela said that the strategy is to celebrate love and compassion and wraps up at the victory outreach church parking lot with family- friendly activities. the east bay had a version of the running of the bulls this welcome. brave men and women volunteered to be charged by bulls. but not everyone made it out unscathed. one person was injured and sent to the hospital. but fair security tells us that it appeared none of the injuries are considered to be life-threatening. animal rights activities ticketed, protesting the treatment of the bulls. coming up on kron 4 news
welcome back. a former wwe champion is credited with stopping a burglar in phoenix. police say brian danielson seen here nabbed weigh-year-old cesar sosa. danielson and his wife arrived at their home to see sosa and another man running out of their house. brian chased him down and detained him until police arrived.
>> he was just like gasp, gasp. i'm sorry. he wasn't in very good shape. it didn't take much. i took him down and put him in a rear choke but not too -- i didn't want to hurt him. i just wanted to make sure he was subdued. >> love it. the second suspect was not found. sosa was booked into jail and charged with burglary. also new this morning, police in connecticut investigating vandalism at a playground built in memory of a sandy hook school shooting victim. there were several scratches on the sign, and it's believed of to have happened last week. they estimate it will cost $350 to replace the sign. much more ahead on kron 4 news weekend. why 200,000 nissan vehicles are recalled. >> and a live look outside, and we are starting to see the
we are back on kron 4 news weekend, and we are talking about the weather. hi, erica. >> good morning, marty. we saw fog and isolated showers, but that is tapering off. sunny skies in san francisco right now but take a look at the satellite and radar. this is a time lapse of what happened earlier. we did have a few isolated showers and a layer of dry air beneath the activity. so we saw a few light raindrops hit the ground but a lot of folks said they had to use
weather windshield wipers. futurecast 4 shows mid and high- level tropical monsoonal clouds that will populate the sky lane. 70 coastline and 80s inside the bay and 90s will creep in. by 3:00 this afternoon, more in the way of 90s, and it will be muggy today. by 8:00, we're talking about milder weather, 60s in the bay and 70s for the warmest spots. let's breakdown the highs expected in your neighborhood, 80s and 90s. 82 in mountain view. los gatos, a high of 93. as we make our way to the east bay, a lot of sunshine and upper 90s in fairfield and 84 in vallejo, and 95 in pleasanton, and low 70s for downtown san francisco and novato, a high of 83. if you are heading to the giant's game against the dodgers, first pitch at 5:07 and temperatures in the upper 60s and sunny and humid and cloud cover will move in throughout the duration of the
game but still looking at the chance for an isolated thunderstorm. i think you should just brace yourself from are you heading to at&t park. slightly cooler conditions heading into next weekend. marty? >> thank you, erica. nissan is recalling 226,000 cars because of a defective airbag affecting the infinity, maxima, pathfinder, and senra cars between the years of 2002 and 2004. the latest recall brings the total number of recalled nissan cars to over 660,000. and keeping our eye on gas prices, remaining high but have started to taper off in the last few weeks. the bay area is feeling the pinch. here's a look at the averages. the national average at $3.52.
and in california, still higher at $4 and higher in san francisco at $4.12 and oakland, $4.02. garlic lovers including me and marty, it's the last day to get your fill of everything garlic at the 36th annual gilroy garlic festival and an estimated 100,000 people are expected to attend despite the soaring temperatures. fire officials say they are on high alert for increased fire danger with temperatures approaching triple digits. organizers say there will be canopies and first aid tents for medical emergencies. never tried the garlic ice cream. but i will try it 1 day. >> that's where i draw the line. candlestick park will host the very last game this evening. it's a soccer match between the san jose earthquakes and
atheletico madrid. it's at 4:00 this afternoon, so expect a lot of traffic. and the giants are hosting the dodgers at 5:05, so highway 101 will be packed. >> and there is a fair around fulton. 16,000 soccer fans got a treat, two of the best european club scenes, rio madrid, and milan, compete inside a tournament at cal memorial stadium. a lot of folks were really excited. normally, you would have to go to europe to see this soccer or futbol as europeans call it. but not these fans. >> madrid, yes, madrid, madrid, madrid. >> we don't get to see this in person. >> it's something in northern california that encomp asses what we have been watching. >> it was 1-1 until milan drove
the winner past the diving goal keeper. and these two top teams competed with most of the best players, but it was a competitive match and the packed house enjoyed early minute. >> real madrid. and the giants dropped to second place in the nl west as they lost another one against the dodgers at at&t park. it was too much clayton kershaw for the dodgers throwing a two- hit shutout complete game. the dodgers beat the giants 5-0 last night. for l.a., adrian gonzalez had three hits and an rbi and former giants' player juan uribe with two hits and drove in a couple runs. the giants are counting on newly acquired jake peavy to move them back into first
place, and hector sanchez is placed on the 7-day disabled list with a mild concussion. sanchez left friday's night game against the dodgers early. he was struck in the catcher's mask by a foul ball. and as they lost a player, they gained a player as the giants boost their rotation by acquiring right hander jake peavey from boston, a cy young award winner from 2007 and will start tonight. he will earn $14.5 million this season but the red sox will pick up $3 million of his salary for the year. the giant his to give up two minor league prospects to get peavey. in texas, the rangers playing long ball. they got it started in the
sixth with a homer here and the next batter went opposite field to right. and then moving to the 7th, josh donaldson goes deep for his 22nd homerun of the year, also to right field and two batters after that, josh redick went deep and gray picked up his 12th in. the as remain two games ahead of the angels. and for the 49ers' 49ers kental hunter, bad news as he tore his acl. the 49ers and raiders wrap up their first week of camp. join us this sunday night for the very latest on both teams and giants and dodgers, as and rangers and not to mention the last game ever played at
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welcome back. isn't he just -- i feel so bad for him. this bear is known as the world's saddest animal, arturo. he lives in argentina, and he is really sad after the passing of a companion bear 2 years ago. and hundreds have signed a petition to move him to canada which has cooler conditions and should be better for him. but for arturo to move to canada, they require specific records but the zoo in argentina won't hand over the records. the greenpeace petition will be delivered to argentian president. and in colorado, samantha martin said she saw potential
in stray and run away cats and she quit her day job and ran away with the cat circus full- time. >> the cats roll balls, shopping carts, hoops, do long jumps, high jumps, ring bells and even play in an all-cat band. bell ringing cats, so as you can -- you can train a cat to do just about anything. >> but these cats are hoping for a good outcome after the shows. at each show, one cat has a chance to be adopted if martin doesn't already adopt them after already owning 14. >> i want trips on how to train a cat. we have two at home. thank you for joining us. see you next weekend. >> take care, everyone. i must begin my journey,
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